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I have a Panasonic DVD Player/Video Cassette Recorder Model No. NV-VP33 Series. It's about 5 years old and seldom been used. Since shifting to Wellington 3 years ago I have been unable to open the flap of the DVD/CD Player. It remains shut and does not respond to pressing the open/close button. What solution do you suggest.

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